Tag Archives: IAQ

State Specific News – March 2008

Get bored looking through all those news updates from your state? We’ve done it for you! Below are what we felt were the significant regulatory updates for the past month. New Jersey: Greenhouse Gas Inventory: NJDEP has posted a draft … Continue reading

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Identifying and Removing Air Quality Issues in your Hospital Environment

Want to Breathe Easy? Just how serious can air quality issues be in your hospital environment? Consider this statistic from HPAC Engineering: “According to The New England Journal of Medicine and the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, … Continue reading

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Indoor Air Quality Assessment – Frankford Invests $20M in Heart Care

EES provided indoor air quality consulting services in support of multiple renovation projects at Frankford Hospital in Philadelphia, PA. This support included the following: Site Assessments: Prior to renovating, EES conducted an indoor air quality (IAQ) assessment. The assessment included … Continue reading

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Maintain Healthy Indoor Air Quality & PA Storage Tank Regs

The indoor air quality (IAQ) of any building is the result of a combination of numerous factors, in this article we’ll explain exactly what those factors are. Does your facility have above or below ground storage tanks? Did you know … Continue reading

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ASHRAE Standard 62: Ventilation for Acceptable Indoor Air Quality

American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) Standard 62 specifies levels for ventilation rates and other indoor air quality parameters, such as formaldehyde, lead, and carbon monoxide. The Standard provides procedures for achieving acceptable indoor air quality. All … Continue reading

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Excerpt from Presentation IAQ for Commercial and Industrial Facilities

Excerpts from an article written by EES President, Tom Petersen, and presented at a recent breakfast seminar and at a National Environmental Balancing Bureau recertification seminar – “According to a recent American Industrial Hygiene Association membership survey – the world’s … Continue reading

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Indoor Air Quality Tops List of Workers Concerns

WASHINGTON – Indoor air quality is the biggest issue currently facing the American worker, according to a newly released membership survey from the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA). The association represents nearly 12,500 professionals in the field of occupational and … Continue reading

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Indoor Air Quality for Commercial and Industrial Facilities

Introduction According to a recent American Industrial Hygiene Association membership survey – the world’s largest association of its kind, representing nearly 12,500 occupational and environmental health and safety professionals — indoor air quality (IAQ) is the most serious issue facing … Continue reading

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